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Jeep Willys MB with rocket launcher platform.

Jeep Willys MB with rocket launcher platform. I wonder if JC Whitney carries this?

This is a reproduction WWI Ford Model T Ambulance.  It is built on a 1921 Ford Model T chassis. To learn more about this historical ride and how is can be yours; visit GovLiquidation.

This is a reproduction WWI Ford Model T Ambulance. It is built on a 1921 Ford Model T chassis. To learn more about this historical ride and how is can be yours;

This is an interesting photo of a World War 2 beach landing. It is titled “Pacific Beach Landing Willys Jeep”

Jeep ambulance of the 23rd Field Ambulance, 9th Infantry Brigade, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division driven by Private L.E McKeating, carries two stretcher cases. Private L.F. McCadam stands to care for the patients. Picture taken on the 27th of june 1944, with the Basly war memorial in the background. To the right is an ambulance carrying a white 76 on a black background identifying a vehicle of the 22nd Field Ambulance Company, 8th Infantry Brigade.

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The Italian Campaign

Soldado alemán capturado en St. Mere Eglise, 1944.

WWII German Sniper Jeep after Capture St Mere Eglise Original Press Photo

Old time off road tracks on a Jeep

Tracked Willys MB Jeep working with Mountain Division - Camp Hale, CO…

The grave of a British soldier who was killed during Operation Market Garden in 1944, lies alongside the wreckage of his jeep near Arnhem - 18th April 1945.

The grave of a British soldier who was killed during Operation Market Garden in lies alongside the wreckage of his jeep near Arnhem, 18 April Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Brigadier General Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lieutenant General Lesley J. McNair in a Jeep Willys MA. General McNair died from "friendly fire" carpet bombing during the battle of Normandy.

Brigadier General Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lieutenant General Lesley J. McNair in a Jeep Willys MA. General McNair died from "friendly fire" carpet bombing during the battle of Normandy.